LastFM Trends Trends – Best Of 2010: Part Two Of Its Year-End Roundup‘s countdown of the year’s most-played artists gets a little closer to the top spot this week, as #20 – #11 are revealed today. Find out which names have jumped up this year, and who […]

12/08/2010 Trends: George Harrison Goes Digital

© Harrison family/EMI George Harrison‘s All Things Must Pass was a breakthrough release for the music lovers of 1970, revealing Harrison’s songwriting genius away from the overshadowing presence of Lennon and McCartney. Now 40 years […]

10/21/2010 Trends: Phil Collins Leaves Fans In The Texan Dust

© Sheila Rock/EMI Phil Collins has been teasing his fans with more talk of retiring from music, since the release of his Motown covers album Going Back on September 28th. He’s put down the microphone […]

10/07/2010 Trends: Post-Glee, Get More Britney

She finally did it; Britney burst onto Glee with a bang last night and it looks like you loved it. Old fans and new are turning back to her catalog and giving the girl a […]

09/29/2010 Trends: Who Tops The Hall Of Fame?

Debate has been raging since the announcement of 2011’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees: Who deserves a spot? Of course, one way of solving the question of who makes the cut is to […]

09/29/2010 Trends: Discover The Worst Song You Love To Play

John Johnson/EMI Over on the AOL radio blog they’ve compiled a definitive list of the worst music ever recorded. The 100 song set covers all kinds of genres, from classic pop to terrible rock, and […]

09/17/2010 Trends: Springsteen’s “Darkness” Still Strong

Bruce Springsteen has been speaking about documentary The Promise: The Making of Darkness On The Edge Of Town, which premiered at the Toronto film festival this week. The album marked, he said, the start of […]

09/16/2010 Trends: Buffalo Springfield Fans Get Set

Anticipation is building ahead of Buffalo Springfield‘s first public reunion show in forty years, and guitarist Richie Furay has been speaking to Rolling Stone about how it all came together. As attention begins to turn […]